Azur Advanced Steam Iron with OptimalTEMP technology

3000W, 55 g/min continuous steam, 240g steam boost, SteamGlide Plus soleplate GC4938/20


My Philips iron produces too much steam

If your Philips steam iron produces too much steam, please read on to find out how this works.

The iron's steam setting is set to DynamIQ or Max

If your Philips iron comes with DynamIQ, this is its default setting. This setting will produce the right amount of steam automatically while the iron is moving. If you want less steam, please switch to the ECO mode. This will allow you to iron using less steam.

When your iron is set to Max steam, a powerful constant flow of steam is produced continuously for stubborn creases. If you want less steam, please switch to the ECO mode.

The steam generator iron is set to OptimalTemp

The iron's default setting is the OptimalTemp setting. In this setting your Philips iron produces a high steam output. Switching to the ECO mode will allow you to iron with a lower steam output.

The information on this page applies to the following models: GC4938/20 , GC5039/30 , GC4918/30 , GC7635/30 , GC4912/30 . more less

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